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... of "uncle" from a local (its a showing of respect within the community and a great honor). Snorkeling the left point from the beach was great. Clear waters and a plethora of marine life were scattered about. Sams friend Scott that also works on Sams snorkel tour boat came and joined us. We sat on the beach and joked about checking out the right point for two sharks that were roaming the waters there on a regular basis. This was mainly a joke because you hardly ever see sharks ...
... and I had a early dinner at Duke's before heading to the airport.
It seemed like time flew during our two months in Hawaii. We had a blast on both Maui and Kauai. We are ready to get on with our RV trip.
The flight was on time and we headed back to Charlotte.
Chuck and Sheila Noel ...
... s for the tour. I snooped around and found an area that was fenced in called the bone yard and shop. There was at least twenty vehicles in that area - not sure what the issues were.
With zip lining over, we were hungry. We headed into Koloa town to a pizzeria for some lunch. Once we got back to the condo, we headed for the pool to relax our adventuresome muscles.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... Coast, we hit the southern swells with avenges. I thought we were on a roller coaster when Captain Danny gunned the two outboards and we started hitting the waves. It was a rough ride back - with only one well deserved "Wedgey" break. When we got back to the entrance of the harbor, I knew it wasn't over when Captain Danny ordered me into a "Princess" chair. We hit see big waves and I realized that I would have been very wet from the spray had I stayed where ...
... high seas. But if I see someone else get sick, I will be sick also. People started dropping like flies and buckets were being passed out. I ordered a beer and stared away from the buckets out at the swells. We were riding them like a rollercoaster. It was fun. Dagwood was smiling at nothing and nodding his head happily to music only heard by him as he finished his giant sandwich.
Then suddenly it wasn't good.
Sherry noticed it and alerted me. Dagwood was no ...